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Last Activity: 05-31-2020, 03:44 PM
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  • crags
    started a topic roho valve failures

    roho valve failures

    As a quad of 32+ I started using the Roho quadtro select high profile to give myself more protection as I age. I use a power chair and Surehands lift so transferring is not an issue. But what is an issue is my history of failures at the valve.

    I have two of them. The first experienced...
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  • crags
    replied to Quad suppository in commode?
    in Care
    I believe, and would be interested in what other folks who work (or worked) think, that most folks with jobs do their bowel routine after work, though obviously more tiring after day of work. Bowel routines aren't always consistent in how long they take, but getting to work on time consistently requires...
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    replied to Quad suppository in commode?
    in Care
    While I can appreciate the motivation to achieve as much independence as possible, in my opinion there's a lot more to the bowel routine than simply popping it in. There are multiple digitals to be done in most cases and then there is the god-awful mess of cleaning yourself up and even more importantly...
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  • crags
    replied to amputation after paraplegia
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    IMO, 55 post, you've had a pretty good run and now you had some serious injuries which could still yet cost you your life. I would say count your blessings, make your life infinitely easier and safer, not to mention easing the burden on others, whether paid or unpaid, and get yourself an overhead lift....
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  • crags
    replied to Coronavirus and SCI/D
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    I happened to email my SCI physiatrist about some routine business and asked him if he had any SCI patients who were positive. He replied that there were four he was aware of, all had mild cases and all recovered. Frankly, I'm skeptical of such optimistic implications.

    Though I'm not...
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